AVI-8 Flyboy Watch

AVI-8 Flyboy Watch
AVI-8 Flyboy Watch
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Flyboy Watch by AVI-8
Taking its moniker from the colloquial term for a WWII air force pilot, the AVI-8 Flyboy Watch serves as wearable inspiration for the stunning charisma and bravery of young pilots subjecting themselves to open-cockpit battle over the South Pacific. As such, this watch features a number of cool features designating its aviation legacy, including a seconds hand complete with an airplane outline and etched caseback with signature Flyboy detail. Taking styling cues from AVI-8's polished timepieces, the Flyboy Watch includes a genuine leather band for rich detail and smooth-wearing comfort. The 43-millimeter stainless steel case maintains smooth style, as well as durability through everyday wear. Japanese quartz movement keeps you precise for important events and daily meetings, with an additional date indicator for keeping track of monthly progress. It's finished with matching plating and a stainless steel buckle.

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